Pixies Quotes

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Carrie Jones
“A pixie's true skin color is blue. Cookie Monster, Grover, and other lovable Muppets are also blue. Do not confuse the two. Muppets don't kill you. Usually.”
Carrie Jones, Captivate

Carrie Jones
“I want you to want me because you want me, not because of grief, not because he is not here. I want you to love me for me. I want you to kiss me first and not because you need me to help you, but because you need to kiss me.”
Carrie Jones, Entice

Carrie Jones
“Zara, sympathy is just a good excuse to buy greeting cards and make sorry eyes and secretly gloat over how glad you are that you aren't the person whose crap is hanging out for everyone to see.”
Carrie Jones, Captivate

Elizabeth May
“For heaven’s sake,” I say, “will you please sip the tea so I don’t have to pour you another cup every five minutes?”
“We’re facing an apocalypse,” he replies. “There is not enough tea in the world to calm me.”
Elizabeth May, The Falconer

Kim Harrison
“I could sit and watch nature documentaries with Jenks and the kids the rest of the night if I wanted. And trust me, watching a dozen pixies scream as a crocodile chomped on a zebra was something not to be missed. They invariably cheered for the crocodile, not the zebra.”
Kim Harrison, A Perfect Blood

Elizabeth May
“Well,” I say brightly, “we’re getting on splendidly, aren’t we? Glad to see you’re all becoming friends over your mutually violent desires.”
Elizabeth May, The Falconer

Kailin Gow
“Pixies is understood as the counterparts of faeries.”
Kailin Gow, Bitter Frost

Elizabeth May
“Well,” Gavin drawls, “at least now I know what to do if that ever happens. I’ll throw a jar of honey and run like hell.”
Elizabeth May, The Falconer

Jennifer Silverwood
“Then I shall bid thee goodnight, my dear. Sweet pixies watch over the dusty moonlight of your dreams, Jessameine.”
Jennifer Silverwood, Silver Hollow

Elizabeth May
“There are two exits out of this room. Choose one.”
Derrick chuckles. “What a glorious comeuppance.”
Elizabeth May, The Falconer

Kelley Armstrong
“That’s trouble. The pixies will sour your milk.”
“I thought it was hobgoblins who soured milk.”
“A dirty lie. Spread by the pixies, no doubt.”
Kelley Armstrong, Omens

Carrie Jones
“Who am I really? Am I still the same person if I'm not even technically a person anymore? Does being stronger make me different? Will it?”
Carrie Jones, Entice

Devon Ashley
“My name is Rosalie. I may be smaller, I may be weaker, but I was born free, should die free. You will not take this from me.”
Devon Ashley, Dust

Red Tash
“They’re distracted. Good thing about living in the landfill,” he said. “Lots here to catch the attention of the fae. They’re so ADHD.”
Red Tash, Troll Or Derby

“Gradually the winds became more frequent and aggressive, forcing the trees to abandon their leaves that passed over me like pixies venturing into the night on wild stallions.”
Kirsty Louise Farley, Shoal: A Thanet Writers Anthology

Katherine McIntyre
“Jev was certain the words “should’ve known better” would go somewhere on her tombstone, but at the moment her focus shifted to the dozens of angry pixies honed in on her.”
Katherine McIntyre, Scrying for Summer

Niki Livingston
“She jolted to a halt when she saw what was waiting for her. They were breathtaking and entrancing. Their beauty overwhelming, and their light warm and inviting. Safety and peace settled over her, as she gazed around at the beauty before her. They were no more than a foot long with silky wings and a wonderful aura, with light beaming from their bodies. All possessing long, satin hair, with a diversity of color. Not one was identical and their divinity could be felt to the depths of Malkia’s soul.”
Niki Livingston, Eyes Wide Shut

Bijou Hunter
“I remained with Lark in the hospital room until Aaron arrived out of breath from running.
“My muse,” he said, taking her hand.
Leaving them alone to prepare for the surgery, I walked into the waiting room. Cooper patted the chair next to him and I joined him.
“She’ll be okay,” he said, sounding convincing.
I didn’t feel like talking, so I texted Dylan, Harlow, Mom, and Dad to let them know what was happening. Cooper spoke quietly on the phone with Farah who was on her way with Tawny.
First, Dick and Maryann arrived then Raven not long afterwards with Bailey.
“We were shopping when you called,” Bailey announced as Raven hurried to Lark’s room.
Joining her brother, Bailey tapped her foot and stared at the door. “How long will it take?”
“Patience,” Cooper muttered then returned to talking with Farah.
Bailey changed seats, so she was next to me. “Don’t be scared. Pixies are powerful creatures.”
Smiling softly, I took Bailey’s hand and waited.”
Bijou Hunter, Damaged and the Bulldog